By now you’re probably used to all the spectacular night-time time lapses from the International Space Station. But this one demonstrates that the show is just as amazing during the day. Check out the moon seemingly sinking into the Earth’s atmosphere.
It’s a visual effect, but it’s truly beautiful. The time lapse was recorded by the crew of Expedition 30 on board the International Space Station over the North Atlantic Ocean. It begins northeast of the Caribbean islands and ends west of Western Europe. [NASA]